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An aged residential care facility in Morrinsville that was visited by two people who later tested positive for Covid-19 says everyone they’ve tested has returned negative results.
The Director-General of Health Dr Ashley Bloomfield announced on Thursday that people who tested positive for Covid-19 visited an aged residential care facility before they started showing symptoms.
On Friday, Bloomfield said Waikato DHB confirmed that two new positive cases in Tokoroa were also linked to those visitors.
They first visited Tokoroa, before heading to the rest home in Morrinsville. Those two people are linked to the index case in Auckland.
Kingswood Healthcare confirmed on Friday their rest home in Morrinsville was the facility visited, but director Tammy Pienaar said everyone the positive person came in contact with while there had since returned negative tests. To read more, click here
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In this week’s issue we say August is the ideal time to sow eggplants. Plus keep your guard up against cold weather, choose flowers to grow from seed, get a move on with chillies and capsicums, start sowing basil and trick coriander seedlings.
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